To prove his tech, the owner of dipyourcar.com paints his Audi S4 show car in camo green, covering an old coat of blue made up of the same substance called Plati Dip.
Just like with any other painting process, you first have to cover up all the parts that you don’t want to be painted over, windows, wheels, trim and lights. After that, you just stray the stuff on with a 500W compressor and after three coats “voila”.
The process is completely reversible, as after it’s dried, the rubberized finish can simply be stripped off. It kind of reminds us of a diluted silicone of latex substance that’s used in the paint industry to mask off difficult areas.